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Latest Norfolk Christian community events 

Events of interest to the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community happening over the next four weeks.

18/02/2018 12:00pm
Award-winning churchyard. The church will also host 4 local artists, whose work will be on sale. In addition, the owners of 'Love My Garden’, which is based at Groveland, in Roughton will have a presence over the 4 weekends in the churchyard, selling a selection of their plants. Thorpe Market’s famous spread of afternoon tea, coffee and cakes will also be available. There will be a bookstall and, at times, live music in the church.
18/02/2018 7:30pm
On Sunday, February 18, 7.30pm a new musical production of Pocahontas will be performed at the Norwich Theatre Royal with 200 children taking part from Norwich's Michala Jane Dance School.
19/02/2018 12:30pm
There will be a series of Lent lunches taking place in the Eaton parishes in February and March. These are informal occasions – an opportunity to meet friends over a simple meal (bread, soup, cheese, pate, fruit, tea, coffee) and all free of charge. There is no need to book but there will be opportunities to donate to two Christian charities: the Bishop's Lent Appeal, and Tearfund.
20/02/2018 7:30pm
Led by Rev Barry Tomlinson
21/02/2018 10:30am
Retired magistrate, author and Norwich Quaker John Myhill is leading a six week Ecumenical Lent course, open to all, to consider some of the difficult passages from the Gospels and what they have to say to us today.
22/02/2018 7:30pm
Giles monthly Interesting Talks are wonderful evenings where generous people come and talk about their passion, to an appreciative and happy audience. The talk is followed by an opportunity to ask questions of the presenter, then there’s wine, coffee and more chat if you wish. Please do come – all are welcome. Free of charge.
23/02/2018 7:30pm
Churches Together in King's Lynn are hosting a Christian Aid Quiz Night. Julian Bryant will speak about Christian Aid Week 13th-19th May 2018.
23/02/2018 7:30pm
The theme of this month's Heartbeat Ministries is 'The Office of the Prophet and the Apostle in 2018' with Robin Jegede-Brimson. Robin is the Convenor of the Inter Prophetic Alliance, a relational group of leaders emphasising love for and sensitivity to the Holy Spirit. He also leads the 'Inter-Prophetic and Apostolic Alliance'. At home he formed the Community of Prophets at Whitstable Tabernacle.
24/02/2018 8:00am
A 12-hour sewing marathon to create dresses and other goods for women and girls in Lumpewe, Uganda. Organised by Reed People charity, part of Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham. Anyone is warmly invited to join the team for all or part of the time, whether or not you can sew! Free refreshments will be served throughout the day, and activities will be available for any children that come with adults.
24/02/2018 9:00am
Many stalls. Entry is free and refreshments will be on sale. All proceeds go towards church funds.
24/02/2018 9:15am
For those interested in forming an Open the Book Team, or training to be a storyteller to join an existing team. An opportunity to explore what it means to deliver Open the Book. Please note there is on road parking only, as the church does not have a car park. Tea and coffee will be provided during the day, but please bring a packed lunch. This event is free but booking essential. For more information and to book visit: https://www.dioceseofnorwich.org/event?id=9919
24/02/2018 7:00pm
To raise funds for Christian Aid. Refreshments. Free admission.
25/02/2018 12:00pm
Award-winning churchyard. The church will also host 4 local artists, whose work will be on sale. In addition, the owners of 'Love My Garden’, which is based at Groveland, in Roughton will have a presence over the 4 weekends in the churchyard, selling a selection of their plants. Thorpe Market’s famous spread of afternoon tea, coffee and cakes will also be available. There will be a bookstall and, at times, live music in the church.
26/02/2018 12:30pm
There will be a series of Lent lunches taking place in the Eaton parishes in February and March. These are informal occasions – an opportunity to meet friends over a simple meal (bread, soup, cheese, pate, fruit, tea, coffee) and all free of charge. There is no need to book but there will be opportunities to donate to two Christian charities: the Bishop's Lent Appeal, and Tearfund.
26/02/2018 7:00pm
Please note it has been necessary to cancel the event in Swaffham on February 26 with the Queen's former Chaplain, the Right Rev Dr Gavin Ashenden, after he required emergency surgery for a detached retina.
26/02/2018 7:00pm
Stepping into your Prophetic Destiny - Phil Whitehead will be the speaker at the North Norfolk Filling Station meeting.All welcome for an evening of fellowship, wonderful worship followed by the main talk. There will also be a time for prayer ministry at the end of the evening. For further information please email Tasha North at : nnfillingstation@gmail.com or telephone 07825702360.
27/02/2018 10:30am
To celebrate this year's Fairtrade Fortnight a special Coffee Morning will be held. Fairtrade stall, including Crafts, and Tombola - a prize every time. Profits to the Fairtrade Charity Traidcraft Exchange. We look forward to seeing you all.
27/02/2018 5:30pm
Elspeth Rushbrook self-published her novel, Parallel Spirals, in July 2016 and is now celebrating getting it onto the shelves of Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library with a book signing event, which will include a talk from the author, on Tuesday, February 27, 5.30-6.30pm. The book signing is part of LGBT History Month.
27/02/2018 7:30pm
Led by Rev Pat Hopkins. The Bible and Imagination - Ignatian Insights.
28/02/2018 10:30am
Retired magistrate, author and Norwich Quaker John Myhill is leading a six week Ecumenical Lent course, open to all, to consider some of the difficult passages from the Gospels and what they have to say to us today.
28/02/2018 10:30am
Inter-denominational small group meeting, following on from former NCCT Lent group. Inspirational readings followed by discussion. Meets every second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 10.30am to 11.30am. More details from Mary Cozens at ssatanta2002@yahoo.co.uk
02/03/2018 2:00pm
Womens World Day of Prayer - ALL welcome - not just women! This year, the material for the service has been prepared by the Christian women of Suriname in South America. Refreshments will be served after the service.
03/03/2018 10:00am
The Burning Bush Barn, a contemplative art space in South Norfolk that encourages creativity and spirituality, invites you to have a take part in a singing workshop. The session will be run by Clare Pastorius, who is experienced at leading singing sessions in a friendly, fun and welcoming way.
03/03/2018 10:30am
Following the jazz quartet, Weaver of Dreams, in February, the second informal musical event will be a programme of Classic Oboe Favourites (and friends!). Free refreshments are available, and entry is free.
03/03/2018 3:00pm
On March 3, the Cantamus Community Choir based at St Margaret’s Church in Thorpe Market will perform a teatime concert in West Runton representing Norfolk in the national Festival of Contemporary Music for All supported by the Arts Council. Four exciting new pieces by Norfolk Composers will be performed by the acclaimed London-based new music ensemble Ixion. Tickets cost £8 on the door.
03/03/2018 7:00pm
On March 3, the Cantamus Community Choir based at St Margaret’s Church in Thorpe Market will perform an evening concert representing Norfolk in the national Festival of Contemporary Music for All supported by the Arts Council. Four exciting new pieces by Norfolk Composers will be performed by the acclaimed London-based new music ensemble Ixion. Tickets cost £8 on the door.
04/03/2018 3:00pm
Sing at the world famous Thursford Collection and Steam Museum. Organised in conjunction with the Central Norfolk Methodist Circuit. Features the event's regular organist, Danny Wakefield, playing the famous Wurlitzer organ. Music is also provided by the award-winning Fakenham Town Brass Band. Entry is absolutely free, with a collection for Action For Children. For tickets, send SAE to Stephen Lynn, 34 Manor Drive, Litcham, Kings Lynn, Norfolk PE32 2NX.
05/03/2018 10:30am
Quiet Day of Reflection offered by Society of St Luke. £12 including lunch. Please book in advance at church or on 01263 825623.
05/03/2018 12:30pm
There will be a series of Lent lunches taking place in the Eaton parishes in February and March. These are informal occasions – an opportunity to meet friends over a simple meal (bread, soup, cheese, pate, fruit, tea, coffee) and all free of charge. There is no need to book but there will be opportunities to donate to two Christian charities: the Bishop's Lent Appeal, and Tearfund.
05/03/2018 6:00pm
Andrew Rouse will speak at this event organised by Prince Street Guild. Meetings are open to all and a warm welcome awaits members, friends and visitors giving an opportunity to discover a varied offering of informative presentations, fellowship and refreshments.
06/03/2018 7:30pm
Led by Rev Malcolm France - Taize Unpacked
07/03/2018 10:30am
Retired magistrate, author and Norwich Quaker John Myhill is leading a six week Ecumenical Lent course, open to all, to consider some of the difficult passages from the Gospels and what they have to say to us today.
07/03/2018 7:00pm
First Wednesday of each month: Christian Motorcyclists Association branch meeting. All are welcome, a chance to get to know what we are about. Starts at 7pm For more information phone Greg Bright on 07814182940 or greg.bright@ntlworld.com or look at the Norfolk branch on the web site www.bike.org.uk
07/03/2018 7:30pm
The March meeting will welcome Rev Will Warren, Assistant Minister of St Andrew’s Church in Norwich city centre, who will be talking about our Identity in Christ. He will also field a time of questions and answers on the topic of identity.
09/03/2018 10:30am
Part of Fairtrade Fortnight. Also celebrates the St Andrews' 50th Anniversary, and 15 years of it being a Fairtrade Church. The U.K. Government is doubling all donations to the Fairtrade Charity, Traidccraft Exchange from January 12th - April 11th. With your help we can help twice as many "Hidden Entrepeneurs" living in poverty. We look forward to seeing you.
09/03/2018 7:00pm
Filling Stations aim to offer high quality speakers and teachers, contemporary sung worship and powerful, accessible prayer ministry. The speaker is Michael Marcel. The meetings are on the second Friday of the month at 7.30pm with refreshments from 7.00pm.
09/03/2018 8:00pm
enjoy a stimulating, thought provoking, possibly challenging and usually entertaining film in the church building. Refreshments and good company provided!
10/03/2018 7:30pm
We are holding a meeting for all those who would like to hear about the renewed vision for the Canaan Christian Centre. Please come along and hear what the Lord wants to do in and through Canaan. And maybe you will feel led to be involved.
10/03/2018 7:30pm
Tickets are £10 per person and include the quiz and fish and chips. Up to 8 people per table. Come as a team or join on the night. Veggie options also available – specify on booking. Further information and tickets from Carrie 455413 and Ruth 504849. Information on Christ Church events available at www.eatonparish.com. All welcome!
11/03/2018 10:00am
There will be a service for all ages on Mothering Sunday including Mothering Sunday posies, music group, choir. All welcome!
12/03/2018 12:30pm
There will be a series of Lent lunches taking place in the Eaton parishes in February and March. These are informal occasions – an opportunity to meet friends over a simple meal (bread, soup, cheese, pate, fruit, tea, coffee) and all free of charge. There is no need to book but there will be opportunities to donate to two Christian charities: the Bishop's Lent Appeal, and Tearfund.
14/03/2018 10:30am
Retired magistrate, author and Norwich Quaker John Myhill is leading a six week Ecumenical Lent course, open to all, to consider some of the difficult passages from the Gospels and what they have to say to us today.
14/03/2018 10:30am
Inter-denominational small group meeting, following on from former NCCT Lent group. Inspirational readings followed by discussion. Meets every second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 10.30am to 11.30am. More details from Mary Cozens at ssatanta2002@yahoo.co.uk
17/03/2018 10:00am
Joel Payne from Resound Worship will be leading the workshop. The workshop, called Songs for Sundays, is aimed at musicians, singers and worship planners, and has the objective of helping you: • Explore the worship journey and how to use songs well • Discover how to make the most of your unique musical resources • Learn a whole set of brand new songs from the Resound Worship team • Get Involved by playing, singing and joining the discussion. Tickets are £5.00 per person, which includes lunch.
17/03/2018 10:30am
A Baby and Toddler Nearly New and Craft Sale to raise money for The Hebron Trust. Please book a sellers table for £12 if you have baby and children’s things to sell. Email lou.henman@hebrontrust.org.uk.
19/03/2018 12:30pm
There will be a series of Lent lunches taking place in the Eaton parishes in February and March. These are informal occasions – an opportunity to meet friends over a simple meal (bread, soup, cheese, pate, fruit, tea, coffee) and all free of charge. There is no need to book but there will be opportunities to donate to two Christian charities: the Bishop's Lent Appeal, and Tearfund.
20/03/2018 7:30pm
Churches Together in King's Lynn are organising a prayer meeting to pray for the people of King’s Lynn. The meeting will be held in the upstairs room of the Soul Cafe (unfortunately there is no lift).
20/03/2018 7:30pm
Led by Rev Sister Julie Wiseman - Holy Island - a Celtic Pilgrimage
25/03/2018 10:15am
Guest speaker at morning service - Neil O'Boyle, National Director, Youth For Christ.
25/03/2018 6:00pm
An Ecumenical service will be held on Palm in the Anglican Cathedral in Norwich, jointly with the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Methodist Church where Rev Julian Pursehouse, Chair of the East Anglia Methodist District & Ecumenical Canon, will be the Preacher.
26/03/2018 12:30pm
There will be a series of Lent lunches taking place in the Eaton parishes in February and March. These are informal occasions – an opportunity to meet friends over a simple meal (bread, soup, cheese, pate, fruit, tea, coffee) and all free of charge. There is no need to book but there will be opportunities to donate to two Christian charities: the Bishop's Lent Appeal, and Tearfund.
27/03/2018 7:30pm
Led by Reader Carol Pennington - By this they knew Him.
28/03/2018 10:30am
Retired magistrate, author and Norwich Quaker John Myhill is leading a six week Ecumenical Lent course, open to all, to consider some of the difficult passages from the Gospels and what they have to say to us today.
28/03/2018 10:30am
Inter-denominational small group meeting, following on from former NCCT Lent group. Inspirational readings followed by discussion. Meets every second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 10.30am to 11.30am. More details from Mary Cozens at ssatanta2002@yahoo.co.uk
28/03/2018 7:30pm
Churches Together in King's Lynn are hosting Holy Week Worship with the songs of Taizé.
29/03/2018 7:30pm
Giles monthly Interesting Talks are wonderful evenings where generous people come and talk about their passion, to an appreciative and happy audience. The talk is followed by an opportunity to ask questions of the presenter, then there’s wine, coffee and more chat if you wish. Please do come – all are welcome. Free of charge.
29/03/2018 7:30pm
Last Supper Communion with foot-washing and stripping of alter followed by vigil.
30/03/2018
Stainer’s “The Crucifixion” - Good Friday. Come & sing workshop & performance. This is the occasion in the choir calendar when choral singers are invited to join Cantamus Choir, our invited soloists and Geoffrey Hunter on the organ in an afternoon workshop from 3 - 5pm concluding with an evening performance at 6.30pm at St Margaret’s Church, to which everyone is welcome. To book contact: cantamussingers@gmail.com / 01263 833847.
30/03/2018 10:45am
The annual Good Friday United Service, followed by the walk of witness to the summit of nearby Beeston Hump to erect the cross, stopping at the Clock Tower for a brief time of worship. All Sheringham churches will take part.
31/03/2018 10:00am
Preparing the Easter Garden - for children and carers. Easter vigil that evening from 8.30pm with service of Light.
 

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